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Missouri Real Haunted Houses - Houses That are Truly Haunted

Looking for some REAL scares? You're in luck -Missouri has a rich haunted history, and there's lots of houses across the state that are truly haunted by spirits who haven't quite left the living world yet. Whether you're looking for some real scares this Halloween Season, or you're simply fascinated by Missouri's haunted history, you'll want to check out Missouri Haunted Houses's database of real haunted houses across Missouri that are filled with thrills, chills, and scares year round!
 
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  •   Thias House Washington, MO
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    This building still stands today but reports say it is no longer in operation. It once operated as a restaurant and was open for tours and was believed to be haunted. Witnesses have reported someone touching them on their shoulder in the attic and a lady's apparition has been seen wearing Victorian-style clothing and walking down the grand staircase. A ghostly cat has also been said to... Read More

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    This Creole house museum dates back to 1784 and is rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have reported strange things including apparitions, footsteps in the servant's quarters, and have been woken up by banging, furniture being thrown, breaking glass and other eerie sounds. The harpsichord has also played on its own, along with some other strange phenomena that has also been reported here. Read More

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  •   Oliver Anderson House Lexington, MO
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    This home dates back to 1853 and is rumored to be haunted by ghostly soldiers who fought in the Civil War battles on and around the site. Read More

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  •   President Truman's House Independence, MO
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    This Victorian-style home features 14 rooms and now operates as a museum. Witnesses have claimed to see the apparition of President Truman himself inside the house, often in the living room or walking on the sidewalks outside. The smell of his brandy has also been detected. Athough President Truman passed away in 1972, his wife Bess stayed living in the home until 1982. Read More

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  •   Longview Mansion Lee's Summit, MO
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    This mansion dates back to 1914 and was built by millionaire lumberman Robert A. Long. It is believed to be haunted by Long's daughter, Loula Long-Combs, a renowned horsewoman. Her apparition has been spotted and heard riding horseback on the property. Her bed is also sometimes in disarray in the morning as if she had slept in it. Read More

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  •   John Wornall House Kansas City, MO
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    This home dates back to the 1850's and is said to be haunted by ghostly soldiers. Their spirits have been spotted on the balconies and guarding the doors. The farm is quite close to where the Civil War Battle of Westport took place and this house was used as a temporary hospital for those who were injured, from both the Union and Confederate sides. Read More

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  •   Vaile Mansion Independence, MO
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    This mansion is said to be haunted by the former mistress of the home. Witnesses have reported seeing Mrs. Vaile looking through the window and have spotted her all around the property. The mansion was once an asylum, which has led people to believe the negative energy and residual hauntings may come from this. Read More

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    This house dates back to 1920 and is now part of the University of Missouri Kansas City. It is rumored to be haunted and has even been featured on the Top 5 U.S. haunted houses on TV's Unsolved Mysteries. Harriet Evelyn Barse is the resident ghost of the house. She was the adopted daughter of Uriah Epperson, the home's original owner, and his wife. She died in the home at the age of 47... Read More

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  •   Chestnut House Kansas City, MO
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    This Victorian Gothic-style home dates back to 1884 and is said to be haunted by the Finches, former tenants of the place, a mother and son who resided here for 70 years. Both apparitions have been seen around the house, the mother in a dress and the son in a bow tie. Read More

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  •   Glenn House Cape Giradeau, MO
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    This mansion dates back to 1883 and is rumored to be haunted by a Christmas ghost. It was built by Edwin Dean for his daughter Lulu and her husband David Glenn. Glenn was a banker who ended up losing most of his fortune and they had to move out of the home in 1915. The property fell into disrepair until it was renovated in the 1970's. The ghost is said to appear when the house is... Read More

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  •   Charles B. Leach House Kansas City, MO
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    This Queen Anne Victorian home dates back to 1887 and was built by lumber baron Charles B. Leach. In 1915, the house began to operate as a home for unwed mothers and later a women's shelter. It operated until 1990 and is rumored to be haunted. Reports here include footsteps, shadows, phantom laughter and figures that show up out of the corner of your eye in the foyer. Read More

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  •   John Walsh Mansion Monett, MO
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    This home is said to be the home to at least three different ghosts. One is that of a man in formal clothing who is often spotted in the upper bedroom areas. Another is a small child, most likely a female, who likes to play with the household dogs and the third is a middle age woman who visits the "music room" part of the house. Stories say that when an antique pump organ was moved into... Read More

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  •   The Coates House Kansas City, MO
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    The Coates House began as a hotel in 1867 and had some famous guests including William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt and Grover Cleveland. A fire occurred in 1978 and killed at least 16 people. At this time the property operated as a homeless shelter. Read More

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  •   Donaldson House Kansas City, MO
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    The Donaldson House has been demolished for a few years now but when it stood, the 1901 mansion was rumored to be haunted by at least eight different ghosts. The ghosts are said to include one friendly one and eight bad-tempered ones. Witnesses reported a bright floating orb on the second floor, ringing phones, footsteps, and objects thrown by unseen hands. Read More

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  •   Garth Woodside Mansion Hannibal, MO
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    This inn is housed inside a building that dates back to 1871 and is well known for its connection to author Mark Twain. Many believe his ghost still lingers the home, especially in the room that was named after him. Witnesses have reported phantom pipe smoke and eerie orbs of light. Read More

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  •   Pretty Boy Floyd's Hideout Kansas City, MO
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    This home in Armor Hills, known as "Pretty Boy Floyd's Hideout," was the residence of Vivian Mathias, the girlfriend of gangster Verne Miller. In June, 1933, it was where Miller and "Pretty Boy" Floyd planned their unsuccessful prison break for their buddy Frank "Jelly" Nash. Nash and two policemen were shot to death during the attempt. After, the men returned to this home where one of... Read More

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